10 months ago
BUY-SIDE - TRADE SUPPORT & OPERATIONS ANALYST - LONDON
Salary Circa 55K to 60K + bonus + benefits
Key Words: Trading Markets, Omgeo, Bloomberg AIM, Global Equities & Fixed Income, Global Asset Management, Asset Manager, London, Trade Support, Operations Analyst
The hiring company is a global leader in their market and have been expanding at an exciting pace, supported by strong fund performance and an ongoing significant increase in AUM. This role has come about due to growth.
Based in prestigious offices in the heart of Central London, they seek a Trade Support and Operations Analyst to join their Middle Office. The successful candidate must have 3 to 5 years relevant buy-side operations experience, for an investment funds business, and able to manage different fund structures.
Must have experience required for this role Include:
NAV, position, cash and trade reconciliations
Manage the Corporate Action life cycle within a buy-side firm
Oversee trade support using Omgeo CTM and Bloomberg TCTM
Manage settlement of trades
Experience of Portfolio Management System - Bloomberg AIM
Experience of Omgeo CTM and Settlement Notification (SWIFT)
Experience of Global Equities and Fixed Income
Highly proficient in Excel/SQL
Regulatory knowledge including UCITS V and MIFID II
Exposure to post trade compliance
What's on Offer?
Great opportunity to further develop a successful career in Middle Office within a growing, top tier boutique in buy-side. You will be offered a competitive salary, bonus scheme, benefits and work in a strong culture of development, reward and team work.
Out Client is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. They see their role as an employer to provide work environment conducive for talented people to do their best work, by respecting, understanding and valuing individuality, and team work.
To apply, please send your up-dated CV and a covering letter.
This advertising will close on 22 April 2018.
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